N.Y. teens track blood glucose, insulin levels with phone app

03/1/2011 | Daily News (New York)

Twenty-eight youths with Type 1 diabetes, in a free program run by the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, last year began using a diabetes management application for smartphones that saves users' insulin and blood glucose levels in a database accessible to doctors and health workers. The application allows them to continuously update their blood glucose and insulin levels and carbohydrate intake, as well as communicate with their providers.

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